Andrew McIntosh is a Baroque violinist, violist, and composer. He is currently concertmaster of Tesserae and performs regularly with Musica Angelica and Bach Collegium San Diego. Other engagements this season include Portland Baroque Orchestra and guest concertmaster appearances with Opera Omaha, Cal Poly Bach Week in San Luis Obispo, and Opera UCLA. He is also a frequent recitalist and has been featured as a Baroque violinist performing solo Bach at the San Francisco Symphony’s SoundBox series.
McIntosh’s compositions have been featured at major venues in Europe and the US, and he has received commissions from organizations such as the LA Philharmonic, The Industry opera company, Calder Quartet, and Los Angeles Percussion Quartet. He is based in the LA area and currently serves on the faculty of the California Institute of the Arts teaching violin, viola, composition, chamber music, and Baroque performance practice.
Andrew McIntosh is a featured performer in our 40th Season Winter Musicale 2020. Click here for details.